Mobility for all

Browse our range of e-courses on vulnerable groups, equal mobility, people with reduced mobility, social inclusion, accessibility, affordability, user-centric mobility, diversity, women in mobility.

Superblocks: rethinking cities and urban spaces for citizens (updated)

This short course will give you an introductory understanding of how superblocks are a sustainable, cost-effective and feasible solution to mobility issues in cities. Upon completion of this course, you will understand: • The concept of a superblock and where it originates• The social, economic and environmental impacts of the superblock model.• The potential opportunities and limitations …

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Planning for Autonomous Vehicles: A People-Centred Approach (updated)

Successfully incorporate autonomous vehicles into sustainable urban planning For sustainable future cities, the way people use and move around urban spaces must be reviewed. The town planning done now will have massive impacts on city dwellers’ quality of life in the years to come. This course will explore how autonomous vehicles should be incorporated into sustainable …

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Street of a city with people, tram and other vehicles.

Fundamentals of Urban Mobility

This course introduces the fundamentals of urban mobility planning.  Mobility choices affect all aspects of city life: from economic efficiency to social inclusion, sustainability, and quality of life.  These choices shape and reshape cities in irreversible ways. Urban life is much better for everyone when we invest in mobility for all, not just car users. …

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Tackling noise pollution in cities

The propagation of noise that can have a harmful impact on the activities of humans and wildlife is known as noise pollution.The growing levels of environmental noise worldwide have caused multiple environmental and health problems, including sleep disturbance, annoyance and irritability, heart disease, or learning difficulties, among others. Major sources of noise pollution include road, railway …

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Flexible Curbside Management

Welcome! As cities grow, the needs of those who live or visit them also change and the way our infrastructure is designed and organized affects the way we live, wouldn’t you agree?  Curbside space is usually used for parking or bus stops, but with society and mobility evolving, it is increasingly used for other purposes such as …

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